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PBS
Sep 25, 2010 12:00am PDT
>> rose: welcome to our program. tonight eric schmid, the c.e.o. of google. >> social networking is important and facebook is a consequence and very impressive company. and social information will be used by google and by others, i should add, to make the quality of the results, the quality of the experience that much better. the pore we foe about what your friends do with your permission, and i need to say that about 500 times, we can actually use that to improve the experience you have of getting information that you care about. in our case what we're actually do something building social information into all of our products. so it won't be a social network the way people think of facebook but rather social information about who your friends are, people that you interact with. and we have various ways in which we will be collecting that information. >> we continue with the film wall street money never sleeps with the director all i ver stone and two of the jars, josh brolin and shia labeouf. >> the 2 o 008 market is more difficult to understand with credit default swaps and ins
PBS
Sep 24, 2010 11:00pm PDT
rose. >> rose: eric schmidst is here, the c.e.o. and chairman of google, the company seems everywhere. if you are looking for information, chances are you might google it. in search the company commands 65% of the u.s. market. then there's google news, google earth, googel maps and more. but as the company has grown bigger, it has also attracted more regulatory scrutiny over its market dominance. all the data google has about us also led to concerns about privacy. mean while the tech giant is pushing ahead in new avenues it is placing big bets on mobile where it's android operating system has gained market traction. it is investing in social networking with facebook is dominant. later this area it will launch google tv which will bring the web to vt screens. i'm pleased to have my friend eric schmidst back on this program. welcome. >> thank you very much, charlesie. >> so you are here in new york for the clinton initiative where you spoke of, where google today and how does it see the future. >> well, of course google is first and foremost a search company as you said. but we foresee
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 5:30pm PDT
. >>> google's new invention. how can it really know what you're thinking, and where do they come up with this stuff that finds its way to our computers? >>> and making a difference. it's a long way home for a man who made his name here on the football field, but it's his only way to express his thanks for all he has today. >>> also tonight, a close call for planet earth. >>> also tonight, a close call for planet earth. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. a southern pastor with a small following suddenly has people all over the world following his plans. that's because he has pledged to burn a copy of the koran this weekend. despite a number of people, including his own government, pleading with him not to. there are a lot of issues at work here -- religion and free speech, deep anger and recent american history among them. we begin tonight with nbc's kerry sanders who has spoken with the pastor in gainesville, florida. kerry, good evening. >> reporter: well, good evening, brian. despite those calls from the highest levels of the
PBS
Sep 8, 2010 6:36pm PDT
." >> susie: do you feel you spend too much time waiting for search results from google? if so, you're in luck. today, the search giant introduced google instant. it gives users suggested results before they're even done typing. google says the new technology can shave up to five seconds from every search. if you like google the way it is, you can disable the new feature from your search page. google is the world's number one search engine, but is facing increased competition from microsoft's bing. >> tom: google is just one of the tech heavyweights that have been buying smaller companies in recent months. tonight's "street critique" guest thinks there are more deals to come. he's mark watson, c.e.o. and chief investment officer at keel asset management. >> tom: back with us temperature from the nasdaq. mark, nice to see you. welcome back to "nightly business report." >> thank you for having me back again. >> tom: why is it cheaper for these tech companies to buy their growth than build it organically. >> buying growth is a better way, particularly when you're cash rich. in an effort to really
NBC
Sep 5, 2010 9:00am PDT
google was a major step doing that. he's hired key leaders and described a strong management team rebuilt. the second thing that does touch on, as you introduced, the contrast india hoo and-- in yah aol is how people use content on the internet. culturally right now, aol is very much living as we describe internally as the show me state. we have to put points on the board. we hired a lot of strong people from companies like google and like digg and apple. we have to change the products we shipped. >> you mentioned goingal couple of times, bringing in people from google. you announced the search agreement from google, that worked out. is going them right company to be importing from right now. isn't the way forward in silicon valley and internet more about social, more about facebook, getting people to interact with each other, not just search better. >> trying to do it through life stream. >> lifestream is a product -- we have been an importer of talent without a doubt. for me, it's less about do we get people specifically from social companies or non-social companies, people with proven
ABC
Sep 8, 2010 5:00pm PDT
the wet weather is right now when i return with the accu-weather forecast. >> google's new search plans to know what you're looking for before you finish typing@Ñ@Ñ i know. i know i need to quit this. - well, how about... - that smokers' helpline? yeah, they can give me a plan. - help me through the rough spots. - so you're ready to... quit? everyone wants me to quit-- my doctor, my wife, the dog. - not good for the dog. - anyone else? hmm? what? anyone else want you to quit? me! i want me to quit. tdd# 800-933-4833 - ( rings ) - woman: smokers' helpline. oh, hi, it's me. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> plans to build an elevated tram pass aid key hurdle today. the met poll stin transportation division helped aloe indicate $20 million to help with this controversial conductor. state and federal agencies are expected to approve additional $500 million needed to build this connector. >> thieves targ yitd the home of a bay area musician, now, he's offering a reward for the return two of guitars. he lives in martinez and yesterday, someone broke into his
MSNBC
Sep 9, 2010 5:30am EDT
not read a newspaper since 1989. plus, google finally did read our minds. a new program that anticipates what you're searching for and gives you all of the search rules before you've even told google what you're looking for. it's getting a little scary out here. but get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. new developments to tell you about this morning concerning a florida pastor who's planning to hold a burn a koran day on the anniversary of the september 11 attacks. the fbi says that although there's no evidence of the specific threat, incredible information that extremists may retaliate if the church goes through with the plans. pastor terry jones has received death threats from suspected extremist extremists. despite this and calls from the highest levels of the united states government, jones says he's been told by god to go forward with the event on saturday. in washington yesterday, secretary of state hillary clinton went so far as to say that the media should stop covering the issue as a, quote, act of patriotism. meanwhile, the state department has or
CSPAN
Sep 18, 2010 6:30pm EDT
to listen to a short video here. this is about google and eric schmidt. he has set a couple of controversial things recently when it comes to privacy. we just want to get your response. it is about google, not about yahoo!, but want to get your response as to if it puts a bad light on the industry. here is an animated video put out by a consumer watchdog. >> get your free ice cream. free ice-cream. hi there, boys and girls. you should know there is no such thing as free ice-cream. come on, kids. get your ice cream. i already know you. hold still, while we collect some of your info. if there is something you don't want anyone to know, you should not be doing it in the first place. you cannot believe everything you hear about privacy. sissy, i bet your daddy doesn't know mommy has been in googling old boy friends again. i want to share our newest invention. with these google classes, i can see everything. >> again, that is not about yahoo!. that is a google-centered at. does the cast a bad light on the industry in general? >> it certainly plays on people's fears about what companies may or may
KRON
Sep 9, 2010 4:30pm PDT
report >> google earth new feature, google instant will revolutionize web surfing. when people want to web surf, on google, a 25 second average. google wants to make that, faster! know as soon as you do one letter, search results will come up, immediately. no more entering, or search keys, this will start immediately. here is an example, the main google, one letter, w. instantly, the results of what your perhaps could be searching for. weather, based in san francisco, that is where we are located. however, if they continue to cut, for wikipedia that instantly, the results would change. basically, google trying to predict what you search for and they put up real-time results. and that these predictions are correct? you should not have to submit the entire query. these results are entirely changing and it saves you time from hitting enter, or search. when this prediction is correct? two-five seconds per search. for gabriel slate's tech report >> the gold fish could contain one french fisherman's catch! kimberly. massive, 30 lbs.. >> that is correct, this is massive! this is 30 lbs., t
PBS
Sep 28, 2010 12:30am PDT
news. still to come -- the mystery of the missing town. why google will not always find everything you are looking for. the new leader of britain's's labour opposition party ed miliband is preparing to give his first major speech on the job following the leadership contest which gave him the first victory over his brother. >> was that your last speech from the platform? will he stay or will he go now? >> let me through. >> david miliband's refusal to say whether he will carry on in the front-line politics is a real headache for his brother, ed, who beat him in the labour leaders appeared >> are you actually on your way out? -- labour leadership. >> are you actually on your way out? >> out of the building. >> david miliband has just left a meeting with his brother. he is determined to say nothing about his future in labour and in the cabinet. today's private meeting of the brothers happened after this public display of affection from the man who lost. he promised to keep both party and family united. >> no more cleats, no more -- cliques, no more factions, no more soap operas -- when un
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm PDT
how heavy is too heavy. >>> a speed bump. how much faster is google. the tech giant's new search and why some privacy lovers are hating it. >>> welcome to the jungle. a casino on the defensive over this lion attack caught on tape. inch and good evening, i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. we had a major drop in temperatures, some 30 degrees. it's going to stay cool for tomorrow as well. lily low 60s in the south bay. r umils on your cool s forecast in just a few. [ female announcer ] we know jerry brown was mayor of oakland, but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. >>> you're looking at new video of a daring rescue on a jet in bodega bay. a woman was whale watching with her husband yesterday had she fell and hu
CBS
Aug 31, 2010 5:15pm PDT
take today. >>> keeping your priorities straight. google's new feature to fight email overload. ,, [ female announcer ] we know jerry brown was mayor of oakland, but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. baccalaureate. correct. [ audience groans ] since this competition has been continuing for 48 hours and we have yet to eliminate anyone, it is the decision of this board to declare all 20 contestants winners. you have all competed admirably. admirably. a-d-m-i-r-a-b-l-y. admirably. [ male announcer ] at&t is making high speed internet affordable for only $14.95 a month with select services. at&t. rethink possible. >>> google says it has an answer to email overload for you. the company is introducing a prioritizi
KRON
Sep 13, 2010 4:30pm PDT
. thank you to google earth. this is and after shot. you can see how many homes are burned out in the center. you can action see that creatuater and that burned out area. let me show you that on the right hand side we've matched up this before uncle maps. you can see carroll avenue,-or google maps. and what i will do on google earth is move over to clairemont drive. you can see where so many homes were destroyed. and over on google maps. you can see what the neighborhood looked like thursday morning before this happened. you take this fall as well and the street view shot of what this looks good-fold you. these homes are intact thursday morning. and now, these are gone. >> a look at our extended forecast with mild conditions for the next few days. we've a chance for showers as we go towards the weekend. i will have details on that coming up right after in the break. heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing c
NBC
Sep 9, 2010 4:30am PDT
. >>> and is it a cool new tool to ig b time or tig br brother from google? we investigate coming up. >>> 4:42 is the time. thank you very much for joining us this wednesday morning. a live look at the bay bridge early today. rob's forecast coming up in just about five minutes. you won't want to miss it. >>> for many snack time is become the new meal time. while some say it's the best way to lose weight, others credit the trend to hectic lifestyle. whatever the reason, bob hanson says the fast food giants are noticing. >> reporter: a hot dog in the afternoon. is it a meal or is it a snack? today snacking is as popular as ever. >> i think snacking can be a healthy trend if used correctly. >> reporter: scripps mercy dietitian diane leperelli says snacking is a way to lose weight. >> you need to plan snacks as importantly as you plan meals. >> reporter: that means keeping the calories down, but snacking is not always about losing weight. sometimes it's about losing time. >> they don't have the time to prepare at home for the snacks they need during the day. >> reporter: the fast food restauran
KRON
Sep 9, 2010 6:00am PDT
all the fires have been said in neighborhoods along old san francisco road. >>google held a news conference yesterday to show off its changes to its web search kron4 is a tech reporter gabe slate was there. > > google said its new feature google instant will revolutionize the way we search the web. when people run a search on google it takes an average of 25 seconds, that is to search, look for results, then click on results. google wants to make that process faster. so now as soon as you type one letter search results will start populate. you no longer need to click on the search button or click enter. the search will start immediately as soon as letters are typed. here is an example we are on the main google site, type in one letter "w" instantly results pop up for what google thinks you're going to search for, weather, and it puts on results for that results based on weather in san francisco because that is where the computer the person is searching on is located. but, if the person continues to types to type say they wanted wikipedia, so they added the letter "i" and then ins
NBC
Sep 5, 2010 5:00pm PDT
on american soldiers. >>> google celebrates a mi milestone this weekend. at the same time, it's the center of an anti-trust investigation. >>> we'll tell you how the san francisco zoo finally got their fla mi flamingos to mate after seven years. >>> live from san bruno mountain, lots of sunshine around the bay area. i'll tell you how much lck t ra. willtick around. into your labor day. your forecast coming up. >>> it's long been suspended that iran could be sending terror cells in afghanistan, but confirmation of that has been elusive. now a british newspaper claims to have found a clear link. nbc's tom asheville has the details from britain. >> about $700,000 has been transferred to the taliban. it follows a treasurer who comes down and picks up the money in cash. he's told the sunday times that the taliban is paying up to $1,000 for every dead american and $6,000 for the destruction of any armorred vehicle belonging to the american forces. taliban agencies do confirm that iran has supplied some materials and weapons for taliban fighters in certain parts of afghanistan, but this is a majo
CBS
Sep 15, 2010 6:00am PDT
type b and c? >> we'll figure it out. >>> 6:21. search results in an instant. >> that's right. google it. cnet' brian tong joins us with the pros and cons of google's new search tool. ,,,, not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. today, the dream of owning a home seems more attainable than ever. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. visit remax.com today. activia is better than ever! hey, you guys. want to try activia's great new taste? isn't this the yogurt that, you know... helps regulate your digestive system. ooh, i think i'll pass. no, no, no! trust me. it is beyond tasty. mmm! wow! i can't believe it, i love it! mmm, this is really good! new best tasting activia ever! ♪ activia now you can join the fight against breast cancer every time you enjoy an activia. give hope with every fight cup of activia.cancer and.. as c-net's brian tong tells us: google's not the only >>> saving you time online. this week google made online searching faster than evidence. >> cnet's brian tong tel
NBC
Sep 9, 2010 5:00pm EDT
of security in the courtroom. that's crazy. something has to give. >> have you tried google lately? if you have, you might have noticed a difference. >> they are showing off their latest improvement with google instant. they can predict what you are searching for. that is in consumer alert. >> officials say the nation's roads are safer than ever. we will bring you the latest statistics coming out. >> lots of beautiful sunshine across the region. how long last? will we ever get some of the much-needed rain? >> here is a look at what we are working on. a local man forced to stay in the hospital because he has no insurance finally got released. how he was able to obtain the coverage he needed. budgets might be tight. tonight at 6:00, we look at how one elected official is spending your tax dollars for his own >> we have breaking news in hartford county. >> we are up off of edge water drive. we have a shooting at this location. from what we understand, the victim is in cardiac arrest. the shares unit is canvassing the area. right now, the investigation is ongoing. -- the sheriff's unitm is can
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2010 6:30pm EDT
sports scores or checking stock prices or doing a global search -- who will -- google search on a rare thing or buying things from each day -- from ebay. a child in malawi with a $100 computer has access to the world now. it is really quite remarkable. the reason they do is because of the economic model. all of this is supported by ads. if you do not have the ad revenue to support that, then you have to do something else. the something else typically is paying for content, and i'm not sure that is where consumers want to go. >> in order to access amazon's app on my telephone, and i have to allow them access to my phone records and my internet searches? >> i think we need to -- i do not disagree that maybe some limits have to be put a round things -- around things. one of the things that dma is very much against -- i have heard that other speakers have talked occasionally about things that are persistent, things like flash cookies or -- as distinguished from regular cookies, that consumers cannot necessarily get rid of all cannot change browser settings to get rid of. we would oppose us
NBC
Sep 12, 2010 9:00am PDT
on their own and i think there's also going to be interest from folks like google, technology guys. there's a lot of avenues for which these companies can go down. >> what are your predictions? one of your predictions for 2010 is social gaming will outflow beyond facebook but i would think this deal would be contradictory because i look at it as disney has a strong website. great games. really the ultimate in convergence between television and the internet and yet they are picking up this social gaming company that's really doing well on facebook. it almost seems they want to build up their facebook games. if you look at facebook and you look at disney, they have 54 pages of mostly disney puzzles, maybe dress up lindsay lohan's, my goodness, or what kind of disney princess are you? >> disney coming into facebook? >> i think you are right. there's no question that facebook is still the primary mechanism whereby people play a lot of these social games but you see signs beyond facebook. microsoft has social games they are working on. yahoo! is promoting social games as well. google through a
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 11:00am PDT
next, have you done a search on google lately? !% "know the species, know the stain." lanolin-free coat, i know it's an alpaca. walks in here, looks says "hey look, it's a llama!" cleaning the stain like he would a llama stain. time he's wasting. ♪ call 1-800-steemer >> today on oprah at 4:00, women that claim they were child brides. schools chattering new territory by taking the curriculum online. and cast or splint for broken bones. which treatment is best? those stories at 5:00. >> when you visit google's home page today, you'll be greeted by a new mystery. >> this time the search engine's home page is bouncing ball that is you can chase around the page with your mouse and look what happens. they gradually form the google logo. >> the mystery why the company created it. google usually creates a special doodle to mark events but they you almost always allow users to click on the logo and find out why. this time the only thing the company will say is today's doodle is fast, fun, and interactive the way searches should be. >> keep trying to play it here but that's not working. why don
ABC
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm PDT
for the weekend and next week. >> thanks, spencer. >>> well, google thinks it can read your mind. >> the new search function predicts what you are looking for. that's next. [ female announcer ] back to school means back to busy mornings. that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm flaky pastry with delicious sweet filling my kids will love. plus i get two boxtops for their school. toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. and these arthe ones you'll love on a tuesday. pillsbury crescent dogs, with just a few ingredients, you have an easy to make dinner. they're crescents r the other 364. try them tonight. reading your mind. the mountain view company unveiled google instant. the feature tries to predict what you are going to search by filling in the rest of the word. >> i am embarassed to admit a phrase i was toying with, you want to make google the third half of your brain. that came up in conversation the other day. i am also astounded by the rate of innovation and user in-- user interfaces. >> they are already talking about blocking sites that are violent, pornographic or hatefu
FOX
Sep 10, 2010 4:30am EDT
defensive play to us. what about the competition between microsoft and google especially in the search engine space? do you think that can hurt microsoft? google is definitely the leader in search but that is not were microsoft makes its money and microsoft makes people ignore it and think it's not a player in clout computing and it really is a big player and clout computing so i do not think google will be a major threat to microsoft's software business which is really where microsoft makes its money. microsoft is a great stock to trade but do you see it going above $30? when microsoft will turn is hard to say. when do you think it will turn? it will turn at some point in time and i do not think there is any better company with a better evaluation than microsoft today. when it will turn is hard to say but when it does we think it's worth somewhere up to $40 a share. when it does the market is definitely momentum driven and it will drive it higher. right now they are ignoring it because they like apple and google and other names better. let's take a look at your new stock pick. it is n
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 11:35pm PDT
party. the mad world uncovered by the google street view cameras. who are these people? it's sont's "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resours of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden, and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 21st, 2010. >> good evening, everyone, i'm bill weir. and we begin tonight with the business of female arousal. and why you may not even know that it exists. we live in the age of a little blue pill that we're bombarded with, $300 million of erection enhancement ads, the drugs for females are nowhere to be seen. is it too sexy or sexist? ashleigh banfield with our series "sex in america." >> reporter: it's become part of our national conversation. things we may have never said on tv a few years ago are on tv at every hour. >> don't let it get in the way. >> seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. >> the ads are on during primetime television and nobody blinks an eye, because we just accept that it's okay to talk about men needing and wanting sexual pleasure and function. >> reporte
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2010 4:00pm EDT
officials continue to address his absurdity? also, is google going psychic? the web giant taking another step towards world domination, and the show starts right now. >>> all right. the economy running on empty. once again both parties in my view running on false solutions to fill the tank as they ignore the elephant in the room that is the sucking sound of money leaving our country through financial services, trade deficit and, of course, automation of our economy. president obama's latest financial fuel so to speak, 180 billion in tax breaks and transportation projects. the white house clearly hoping it will pump some life in democrats come november, even though the partisan politics in washington make it all but certain by most people's assessment that we'll not see any bill passed, at least before election day. the president certainly pumped up this afternoon on the road in hard-hit ohio where the unemployment rate is 10.3%. >> the economy is growing again. the financial markets have stabilized. the private sector has created jobs for the last$ru months in a row, and -- and there are
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 6:00am PDT
websites might drive you nuts today. scott? >> i would ask you, have you been on google today, especially when one of the first things -- >> did you wake up today? have coffee? look for yourself. it's a logo made up of colored balls that gather into the word google. normally when you click on an unusual google logo, you get an explanation, not this time. it's usually like an artist's birthday or something. though, it is arguably google's birthday. all this week you can celebrate goi google's birthday. >> we don't normally talk about the box office on tuesday, but the theaters got an extra day over the weekend. the american with george clooney was number one. word of mouth on the film was tepid. many thought the long movie was slow-paced. one comment on twitter, george clooney dropped into a european film. slow-moving. if you think you are seeing an action-packed movie, will you be very disappointed. >> about the google thing there are so many search boxes built in, i never go to the google home page. i would never know it was there unless you told me. >> i never see those cute little logo
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 6:00pm PDT
. google wants you to search faster. >>> a tasty trend. what more and more people are doing when it comes to food and what's behind the change. >> and good afternoon, i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri where it's all about a new evolution called vegilution. we'll tell you how one ache e of land is making a huge difference plus your forecast ais coming u> >> we> also have surveillance of a search for a south bay arsonist. [ bell rings ] what are you doing, friending somebody? yeah. you got time for that? you got time to earn more on your savings, online at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! instead of earning squatootski... your savings will be earning three times the national average. now, let's review. capital one interestplus savings... at three times more. go to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? are you a pisces? but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 4:00am PDT
the gulf oil spill. a google poll revealed in june, bp spent $3.6 million in ads in google's search results. before the spill, bp was spending about $57,000 a month for online ads. >>> the justice department is investigating google's plans to buy ita software. ita powers some leading online sites, including kay yas, hotwire, and sidestep. there's concerns whether rivals would have access to ita services if google acquires the company. there is still a fear that google would steer the searchers away from other sites. >>> they're not calling it ellen online. but aol and ellen degeneres are teaming up. they will share traffic, content and promotions with aol sites. aol has been trying to make deals with content providers to complement its own content. >>> does money make you happy? a new survey find the answer is actually yes. the study published by the national academy of sciences, found that people's happiness rose with their income levels, until they're earning about $75,000 a year. after that, things pretty much level off. >> not surprising, right? >> not at all. >>> when we come back, spy
ABC
Sep 1, 2010 11:00pm PDT
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PBS
Sep 20, 2010 6:00pm PDT
on monday to find a way of scoring germany's tough privacy laws with the data systems such as google street view mapping scheme. germans are highly skeptical of the google system, and hundreds of thousands of requested that their homes not be shown on street be. the german government told online map services to come over their own guidelines on data protection by is december -- by december or face new government regulations. >> the debate was ignited by the google street news service, raising questions about the type of personal data and companies should be allowed to use. what information is important to people, and at what point or personal rights violated? berlin was the companies themselves to come up with the answers. >> we need to establish the rules of the game. the industry has until december 7 to draw up a data protection code and define redlines at cannot cross. >> the german interior minister has already defined some restrictions. at a meeting with internet companies, he said personal privacy must be safeguarded. guidelines must, for example, ensure that internet users whereabout
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 5:00pm PDT
association journal. >> coming up next, have you done a google search lately? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> so why are over a thousand people a day switching to chevrolet? room for eight and all sorts of space behind the third row. they just thought of everything. it just feels like a really solid car. that should come in handy. it's the chevrolet summer event and anyone can get the traverse they want. nah-uh... this one's mine. get 0% apr for 60 months on the 2010 traverse with an average finance savings of around fifty seven hundred. the switch begins at chevydealer.com. you inhale, they inhale. millions of children continue to be exposed to secondhand smoke. secondhand smoke causes asthma, a disease that cannot be cured. protect your loved ones. >>> neighborhood complaints over san francisco's only gun shop. the owner tells us why he's being forced to reopen. >> and karly fiorina's effort to coax the california jewish vote. and there is how some tiniest patients have been left behind in the race for new medical technology. the stories and more coming up
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Sep 8, 2010 11:00am PDT
at least three transformers have blown and pg&e crews are working to repair them. >> still ahead, google officially took the wraps off its new instant search feature this morning promising to reduce your search time and sending a two-day doodle mystery. oil giant b. p. releases its own report who's to blame for the massive oil spill in the gulf of mexico. >> top u.s. and afghan officials >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> in colorado authorities are searching for eight people who did not leave their homes as a massive wildfire railed to the foothills near boulder. the 71 hundred acre fire destroyed 92 structures so far. it's not clear the missing people were in the homes of that been destroyed. nearly 3500 people were forced to run for their lives when that fire started monday. authorities are investigating reports the fire started when a car ran into a propane tank. >> b.p. released an internal report today on the causes of last april's deadly explosion and oil spill into the gulf. in that report, b.p. blames itself, rig owner transocean and cement contractor
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Sep 22, 2010 2:05am PDT
. bee healthy. ♪ >>> a google street view has helped millions of people with directions by literally mapping roads worldwide. >> it also has delivered a few maps that really make you do a double-take at your screen. turning street views into a kind of where's waldo. here's nick watt. >> reporter: a body on the street. a body of a young girl. is this a murder? caught on street view. a concerned surfer contacted the local newspaper to go down there and investigate it. turns out she's fine. a 9-year-old girl who just happened to be playing dead when a street view camera car passed by. the latest in an explosion of street view strangeness. an apparent san francisco break-in. aging italian lotharios. checking it out. a dutch contractor showing crack. an arrest in st. louis. and -- yeah. there are websites cataloging this stuff. if either of us were one of the people caught walking in or out of a sex shop on street view, we might not think this is quite so funny. >> no, but you can report the image as inappropriate. if it's your house you can say i want this removed. google are very quick
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